Responsible Recruitment Toolkit
- Association of Labour Providers (ALP)
The Toolkit has been developed by the Association of Labour Providers in partnership with the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and has been written in straightforward language to support brands, retailers, employers and labour providers to implement the standards and necessary systems to eradicate the charging of fees to workers in their operations and supply chains. The Toolkit is available to download for free. The Toolkit provides a framework and pragmatic steps to eradicate fee-charging to worker. The Responsible Recruitment Toolkit supports in-house HR and recruitment teams, recruitment agencies and labour providers to recruit responsibly and achieve the commercial benefits of driving continual improvement in recruitment performance.
This sits alongside the ‘Eliminating Recruitment and Employment Fees Charged to Workers in Supply Chains Toolkit’, also produced by the Association of Labour Providers in partnership with the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The second edition of this comprehensive and practical toolkit was published in December 2018. This offers a framework and pragmatic steps to eradicate fee-charging to the worker.
UK retailers announce package of support to drive responsible recruitment of workers in global supply chains. 25 February 2020.
UK retailers announced a package of support for suppliers and recruitment businesses in their global supply chains to embed responsible recruitment practices. Recruitment and the supply of temporary, contract and seasonal labour have been identified as presenting amongst the greatest worker exploitation risks in supply chains. The retailers have joined together as sponsors of the Responsible Recruitment Toolkit (RRT), to enable businesses in their supply chains to gain free access to an online capacity building and self-assessment tool with supporting training on embedding ethical and professional recruitment and labour supply practices.
Significance for seafood businesses:
Not seafood-specific. There are a number of organisations that offer practical business support to help manage socially responsible business practices. There are also various tools and guidance notes available which are free to use which will help buyers manage their supply chain and make a more informed judgement on the risks they face when sourcing seafood.
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